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Steal This Style: Moms and Daughters Swap Wardrobe Secrets Paperback – April 14, 2009
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My expectations were high when I learned she had a new book coming out and I was not disappointed. The models are real women of all shapes, sizes, and ages. They look like people you and I know and love. Good people with family to care for and lives to lead. And they look fabulous. Every one of them.
Sherrie not only styles the women but offers comments on important details to note and how those same principles can be applied as you plan your own wardrobe. The photos are so beautiful you'll be tempted to just browse through but please, don't stop there! Take the time to read the text and you'll come out with a whole new level of understanding.
Yes, Sherrie Mathieson is brilliant. Don't overlook this book. And while you're at it, buy her last one as well. You won't be sorry!
Sherrie uses real women with "never cool" outfits you'll see in your own office or on the street. The "forever cool" changes are dramatic. Want to see a 63 year-old woman lose 20 years with a change of clothing? Check out pages 49 and 147. I'm not kidding.
Sherrie has a unique voice in a world of style opinions, and I love listening to her. Instead of being confused over the latest trends, read this book and learn about timeless style that is really (forever) cool.
Also, the premise-- that mothers learn some hip tricks from their daughters and daughters learn some classic styling from their moms-- never actually happens. Mothers and daughters alike appear to have been styled by the author, with no attention to their actual tastes. Rather than an interesting mother-daughter exchange, we get coordinating outfits and cheesy commentary, mildly entertaining to page through but nothing I'd want to pay for. We are supposed to care about these women because we are given pages and pages of their headshots, ages, and professions at the beginning of the book, but then we are given nothing about their personalities, styles, or foibles, and I stop even caring to look back and see how old they are or what line of work they're in. It doesn't matter. They look good in a perfectly tailored pair of black trousers. Most people do. The author is a good stylist. But I think that with this book, she might be resting on her laurels. It's a waste.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This book really should be back in print, it's that great a guide!Published 8 months ago by Chialita
I flipped through this book when it arrived and realized that I just need more conceptual advice on body types and fashions. I am almost 69 and do not live near my daughter. Read morePublished on April 20, 2014 by Susan M. Petura
age appropriate ways to incorporate a fresh spin on current fashion and classic looks for your body type etc. Nothing crazy here. Real people in real clothes.. Read morePublished on March 11, 2014 by Grace G
I consider this book the sequel to Forever Cool by the same author (which I have reviewed by the way, thank you). Read morePublished on September 10, 2013 by Cendol Cayang
excellent book came highly recommended and I agree it is a great resource for being up to date and current in stylePublished on November 18, 2012 by M. E. Black
Great book for women of all ages. The women start off frumpy or wallflowers or tarty and with a few easy and accessible changes they end up looking amazing. Read morePublished on February 15, 2011 by N. Garza
I own and highly recommend the author's first book, Forever Cool, from 2007.
This book is mostly a rehash, with some advice for the younger generation thrown in. Read more
A year ago, I stood in front of the mirror and realized that the fashionable woman I once was no longer existed. Read morePublished on November 4, 2010 by Saint Louis